Marco A. Acevedo Zamora
We want to develop new data acquisition (1st work package, WP1) and analysis tool software (2nd work package, WP2) to elaborate empirical models for predicting trace element behavior. The WP1 is scheduled for the
We aim to characterize and understand trace (sub-0.1 wt. %) constituents in rock thin sections from mineral deposits and processing products. We are looking forward to
- For the WP1, we want to achieve trace element mapping with ultra-fast LA-ICP-MS analysis. We will need to review experimental issues with multiple calibration,
sulphidestandards (quantitative analysis), and analytical protocols (calibration, dwell time, elemental menu, etc.) according to mineral assemblages.
- For the WP2, we will elaborate a software solution with a logical petrographic workflow underpinned with automatic and optional image processing tools for studying thin sections photographed, mapped and analyzed using optical and SEM microscopy, microprobe
andLA-ICP-MS. We aim to achieve a smooth and reliable user interaction with the processing power of a common laptop or personal computer, either offline or online from a cloud.
Acevedo, M. (2016). Emplacement and Magmatic Evolution of the Val Fredda Complex intrusions (southern Adamello Batholith, N. Italy). MSc in Geology thesis archive, 177 p., University of Geneva (UNIGE). https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/pages/masters?all_subtypes=0
Acevedo, M. (2012). Internship at Compañia Minera MILPO S.A. Student reports archive, 81 p., National University of Engineering (UNI). Grade obtained: 14/20. http://www.figmm.uni.edu.pe/biblioteca.html
Acevedo, M. (2011). Internship at Compañia Minera MARSA S.A. Student reports archive, 74 p., National University of Engineering (UNI). Grade obtained: 16/20. http://www.figmm.uni.edu.pe/biblioteca.html
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